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Reba Partners With Masterclass To Offer Affordable Online Course For Aspiring Music Artists


This winter Oklahoma native and country music mega star Reba McEntire will be sharing her secrets, successes and failures with music industry hopefuls.  Through an online course offered by Masterclass and taught by Reba, students will receive insight from the singer’s experience in the music industry.  The cost for the 20 lesson course is $90 and is available for pre-enrollment now.

Masterclass offers exclusive online immersive courses providing classes taught by some if the industry’s hottest names.  Courses are designed by the instructors and include pre-recorded re-playable video content, class workbooks, interactive exercises and community activities and discussions.  

Each course ranges from 2-5+ hours and is self-led so the student can work at their own pace.   The course can be paused, rewound and re-watched as many times as desired at the students leisure and includes lifetime access to the course.  Other course teachers include singer Christina Aguilera, photographer Annie Leibovitz, actor Dustin Hoffman, filmmaker Werner Herzog, screenwriter Aaron Sorkin, performer Usher, tennis player Serena Williams, actor Kevin Spacey and writer James Patterson.

Grand Ole Opry member Reba McEntire is one of the biggest sensations in country music.  Her career spans four decades and she has won over 90 awards.  Her accolades, which are far too many to mention include: 7 Country Music Association awards, 13 Academy of Country Music awards, 14 American Music Awards and 2 Grammy Awards among a slew of other honorable awards.  From 1984 to present day, she has earned at least one award every year.  The knowledge she has gained through her extremely successful career span is likely invaluable to prospective amateurs.

Find out more about Reba’s course at and keep up to date with all things Reba on her website and through her social media accounts on InstagramFacebook and Twitter.

Written by Josie Bisto


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